Lots of Limits on Day 1 of Southwest Division at Lake Powell
The fish were biting well for the opening day of the Lake Powell Division Championship in Utah. Seventy two anglers went out Wednesday morning and fifty seven of them brought back five fish to weigh in that afternoon. The remaining fifteen anglers brought at least one fish to the scales as well. There were 609-05 pounds weighed in today. The biggest bass on Day 1 belonged to Ty Faber, from New Mexico, with a beautiful 4-00 pound largemouth lunker.
Following the conclusion of the weigh in, TY Faber also found himself sitting on top of the leader board, with a weight of 15-12 pounds. This is Ty’s first event with the Federation, as New Mexico has just joined the Federation. Welcome to all of the New Mexico anglers. We are glad to have you on board, and fishing with us in The Bass Federation. Just behind Ty, is Arizona’s Jon Griffith with a solid limit of 15-04 pounds. Third place shows Utah’s Travis Graham with 14-05 pounds. A tie finishes up the top five, with Steve Barbee of Colorado and Josh Cundiff of Colorado, both with 13-06 pounds.
In the head to head competition , Click the Results link below to view State by State standings
Day 1 Results CLICK HERE